What are "ultra-realistic" paper craft kits?
It is - the recreation of a motorcycle using paper, with ultimate precision, finding delight in putting together each of the numerous parts one piece at a time to see its form taking shape. Achieving a sense of accomplishment once the work is completed. A one-of-a-kind experience that only those who take on this challenge can appreciate.
The ultra-realistic paper crafts aim to exceed realistic paper crafts, exuding a compelling presence with elaborately detailed parts, looking so close to the actual machine.
Featured as the third edition of the ultra-realistic paper craft kit series is our flagship super-sport model, the YZF-R1M (2015). We’d have to warn you, however, that it won’t be easy to complete it.
Comparing the realistic ver. of the YZF-R1 (released 1999) and
the ultra-realistic ver. of the YZF-R1M (released 2015)
The total number of parts
You can download A4-size PDF files divided into 5 blocks.
[UPDATE] Concerning errors in the download data (May 15, 2016)
We found that the data released on December 15, 2015 needs to be revised. We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused. All the download data has been updated with necessary revisions.
We are sorry for the trouble but if you have already downloaded the data, please try and download the revised version.
vol.1Front cowl, Under cowl
vol.2Steering & Tank - Steering, Tank, Intake
vol.3Engine - Engine, Radiator
vol.4Frame & Step - Frame, Step, Rear arm
vol.5Tire- Front & rear tire, Seat, Tail, Rear brake caliper, Stand ...
PDF data first published in December 2015 / Update January 2016
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The Yamaha Motor Paper Crafts Gallery is where you can post images of our paper craft works you’ve completed. Mr. CraftFan, who manages the gallery, had a go at creating a projection mapping project that visualizes the world of YZF-R1M, using its paper craft prototype. Please take a look!